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Date/Time Stamp anomaly


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Gouverneur

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Running 64Bit Windows 7 Ultimate.

Not a critical issue, but a strange one.
I accidentally deleted a file & restored it from the Recycle Bin.

Windows Explorer displays a Date/Time stamp about 10 days older than the correct Date/Time Stamp.

Ztree (a File Manager Utility) shows the correct Date/Time Stamp.

A Windows Explorer copy of the file to a different Folder results in correct Date/Time in new location.

The file is a log file updated daily, so internal data indicates the correct Date.

Any explanation for the above?
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